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Category Archives: Enterprise
How is Lidl So Cheap? is the question we try to explain in today’s video. The supermarket chain is beginning to make its presence felt with increased investment in America and the whole of Europe which made us wonder, how … Continue reading
s the election approaches, Germany’s carmakers will face the same challenges as its new leaders: a need to innovate, tackle climate change and reassess its trade relationship with China. How this world-renowned motor industry navigates the road ahead could tell … Continue reading
Many people have their ideas about why workers aren’t going back to work. The reality is that most employers used to sell the implication that what they were offering was a steady paycheck. 2020 made it clear that is NOT … Continue reading
After a year working from home, employees emboldened with a sense of independence are demanding fairness and autonomy in the workplace, and companies are taking note. One strategy long embraced by Buenos Aires-based software company 10Pines has employees deciding what … Continue reading
Andy Hunter Andy Hunter Founder and CEO of Bookshop.org Take a look at this graph. The blue is Amazon’s share of book sales in the past six years. The orange is where we are headed if their average growth rate … Continue reading
This is Jahmicah Dawes and Slim Pickins Outfitters. He and his wife Heather run the first Black-owned outdoor outfitting shop in the country – in Stephenville, TX of all places. But more than that, they are telling a story of … Continue reading
Introducing Black Owned, a film series exploring the Black entrepreneurial spirit and its essential contribution to the American economy through the perspectives of business owners.
Mousehold Heath (1810) by John Sell Cotman. Drawing on paper. According to the UK Government, between 1604 and 1914 enclosure Bills enacted by Parliament restricted access to formerly open communal land comprising just over a fifth of the total area … Continue reading
In this episode of Talk Nerdy, Cara is joined by the President and CEO of the Society for Science and the Public, as well as the publisher of Science News, Maya Ajmera. They talk about the Society’s mission to promote … Continue reading
Helen Morales is an unlikely Dolly Parton aficionado. Educated at the University of Cambridge, the Argyropoulos Professor of Hellenic Studies at UC Santa Barbara was nonetheless dubbed the first “Dollyologist” in “Dolly Parton’s America,” which The New Yorker called the No. … Continue reading